Dance Place Announces Winter/Spring 2022 Performances & Events
Dance Place has announced their Winter/Spring 2022 Series. They will continue to welcome audiences back into their theater, safely. Dance Place’s in person ticketed performances and events include work by Artist in Residence (AIR) Britta Joy Peterson; the BlackLight Summit, in partnership with The Clarice Performing Arts Center; Coyaba Dance Theater’s 25th anniversary; renowned choreographer Jane Comfort; a special weekend of performances by Founding Director Emerita Carla Perlo & Dancers; and a Street and Club dance event that culminates this part of their season.
This performance series highlights diverse artists in a variety of dance genres such as modern dance, African dance, tap dance, performance art, hip-hop, and spoken word. Get ready for a Winter/Spring filled with dance and community!
Founded in 1980, Dance Place builds a community of artists, audiences and students through high quality performances, commissions, training and educational programs. They are committed to enriching the field of dance locally, nationally and internationally. Led by Executive Artistic Director Christopher K. Morgan, Dance Place’s thriving arts campus serves as an anchor in the Brookland / Edgewood neighborhood in Washington, DC.
Tickets for ticketed indoor performances will go on-sale to the public on Monday, December 13th at 10 AM EST. All in person ticketed events continue to be on a sliding scale to ensure that all members of the community can access Dance Place’s programs.
Visit www.danceplace.org to learn more about the season, as well as details on Dance Place’s COVID-19 policies.